What is it like to play in a world designed for hundreds to inhabit at once, when it is now almost completely unpopulated?
Get educated, get buff and get yourself off.
Out and about at London’s coolest queer club
Meet the mega-brain engineers, clinicians, students and manufacturers from Oxford University and King’s College who have built a machine that could be key to the battle against COVID-19.
For the past six weeks, a British travel writer has been exploring the remote islands of the South Pacific. Then, COVID-19 went global. Here, she describes what the virus means for the world’s most isolated populations.
On the mat with Newham’s Ascension Eagles, last featured in The Face back in 2003.
Volume 4 Issue 003: We went scouting about in Milky Button Park, south Manchester to find out why.
Will AJ’s fists of fury beat Tyson Fury? “Hundred per cent. Hundred per cent.” You heard it from the horse’s mouth.
Within 10 years, DJs will be replaced by them, we’ll use them to speak to one another, and they might even take our jobs. What does the near future hold for holograms?
Coming to a feed near you: kooky hydrocolloid patches that will perfect, polish and pimp up your pimples while accelerating healing time. But do they really work?
Volume 4 Issue 003: From being a sport “quite unsuitable for females” to one played by 2.6 million women in England alone, football is finally kicking out the gender crap.
Dr. Richard Goodwin and a team of IBM research scientists are working with cutting-edge artificial intelligence technology to design new perfumes. Is this the future of fragrance?
The heavily anticipated Final Fantasy 7 is a beautiful piece of work. However its eco-apocalypse storyline struggles in a gaming industry whose environmental impact is sizeable and growing.
There’s cash to be made in these uncertain times – and in 2020 guidance from above is simply a scroll or a follow away.
Over the last few years as clubbing went back underground so too did the vibe, mood, look – and smell – of a night out. But is it a fetish or something more?
New legislation means that as many as 770,000 people could have cannabis convictions expunged from their criminal records. But after decades of discriminatory drug policy, is it enough? Rory McClenaghan investigates.
The final instalment of a fictional tale from the depths of the weekend – from overpriced espresso martinis, to one much needed epiphany.
Is the vape scene running out of steam? Or is it all smoke and mirrors? The Face meets vaping’s most evangelical defenders.
It fell out of scientific favour years ago. But as the search for close encounters with extraterrestrials ramps up, we speak to the deep-space explorers who never lost faith.
When a “quick drink” turns into a what-have-we-got-ourselves-into 36 hour stint in an abandoned school. The seventh part of this fictional story from the weekend takes us back to the classroom and beyond.
Some are forcibly deprived of it. New Age gurus claim they don’t need it. This is what life without a single full-night’s sleep actually feels like.
Malware has gone political this past month after Jeff Bezos’ WhatsApp sexts were leaked. The white hats are here to prove that not all hackers are out to exploit.
Ordinary things take on a sense of psychedelic-induced wonder in the sixth part of this fictional story from the depths of the weekend.